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September 24, 2018, Monday

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Expect Government To Support Power Sector In Tackling NPAs, Create Demand: PV Ramesh, REC

Expect Government To Support Power Sector In Tackling NPAs, Create Demand: PV Ramesh, REC

In an interview with ET Now, PV Ramesh , CMD, REC , says expecting a big upsurge in the demand push in the Budget through government's instruments of stimulating growth like Make in India programme which is expected to generate much higher demand than witnessed in the last few years.

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India Needs To Look At Exporting Wind Power, Suzlon’s Tulsi Tanti Says

India Needs To Look At Exporting Wind Power, Suzlon’s Tulsi Tanti Says

Wind power tariffs have fallen to their lowest, even below the cheapest solar rates, in the one year since the government switched to competitive bidding to hand out projects.

 

 

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Sluggish Rooftop Solar Scheme Spurs Government To Work On New Plan

Sluggish Rooftop Solar Scheme Spurs Government To Work On New Plan

Concerned over the inactivity in the country's rooftop solar programme, the government today said only one GW rooftop solar capacity has been set up against the target of 40 GW and a new plan is in the making to end the shortcomings.

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Govt Keen On India Becoming World Leader In Energy Efficiency: Singh

Govt Keen On India Becoming World Leader In Energy Efficiency: Singh

Metal recycling is a booming industry that needs continued support and encouragement like any other industry, said Union Minister for Steel Choudhary Birendra Singh, on Thursday.

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Amplus Partners With Yes Bank For Solar Power Tie-Up

Amplus Partners With Yes Bank For Solar Power Tie-Up

Amplus Energy Solutions has signed an MoU with India's leading bank Yes Bank for a strategic tie-up to co-finance projects in the solar energy sector in India.

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BHEL bags EPC Order For Setting Up 660 MW Supercritical Thermal Power Project In Maharashtra

BHEL bags EPC Order For Setting Up 660 MW Supercritical Thermal Power Project In Maharashtra

Against stiff International Competitive Bidding, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited has won a prestigious order for setting up a 660 MW coal-based thermal power project with supercritical parameters in Maharashtra.

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RINA Takes The Measure Of 1.4GW Terraform Solar Portfolios

RINA Takes The Measure Of 1.4GW Terraform Solar Portfolios

RINA, a global corporation providing certification testing, inspection and consulting engineering services across the Energy, Marine, Certification, Transport & Infrastructure and Industry sectors, has provided technical advisory services to evaluate global solar portfolios totaling 1.4GW.

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Power Producers Still Evaluating Coal India’s New Pricing Policy

Power Producers Still Evaluating Coal India’s New Pricing Policy

Power producers are still evaluating Coal India's claim that its new pricing policy will bring down fuel costs for generating electricity.

 

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Surat Emerges As Leading ‘Solar Smart City’ In Country

Surat Emerges As Leading ‘Solar Smart City’ In Country

The Diamond City has emerged as the country’s leading ‘solar smart city’ as per Akshay Urja, the bimonthly newsletter of the ministry of new and renewable energy (MNRE), government of India (GoI).

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India LPG Imports To Grow

India LPG Imports To Grow

India’s LPG consumption is forecast to increase by nearly 6pc to 23mn t by the end of 2018 as the government invests in infrastructure, according to Indian consultancy Arihant Global.

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US To Overtake Saudi As Crude Oil Producer: IEA

US To Overtake Saudi As Crude Oil Producer: IEA

The United States are set to overtake Saudi Arabia as the world's number two oil producer this year, as shale companies, attracted by rising prices, ramp up drilling, the International Energy Agency said today.

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Piped Gas Has Reached Only 4,700 Households In Bengaluru Yrs After GAIL Started Delivery

Piped Gas Has Reached Only 4,700 Households In Bengaluru Yrs After GAIL Started Delivery

It has been almost five years since the Gas Authority of India Limited (Gail) commenced delivery of gas from Dabholin Maharashtra to Bengaluru through its 1,000-km long pipeline.

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Railway Ministry Proposes Sub-urban Transport Service For Bengaluru : Goyal

Railway Ministry Proposes Sub-urban Transport Service For Bengaluru : Goyal

The Railway Ministry proposes to take up a Sub-Urban transport service system under Transit Oriented Development Policy to ease traffic congestion in the city.

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Indian Railways To Introduce Train 18, Train 20 High-speed Trains With World-Class Facilities

Indian Railways To Introduce Train 18, Train 20 High-speed Trains With World-Class Facilities

In a welcome move for commuters hoping for a more luxury and better experience while travelling in Indian Railways then get ready for a better experience as the railway is soon planning to launch two new high-speed trains which will later also replace currently running Shatabdi and Rajdhani trains.

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India's Railway Ministry To Hold “Mega Conclave” With Leaders Of Construction Industry

India's Railway Ministry To Hold “Mega Conclave” With Leaders Of Construction Industry

India Blooms News Service reported that in a major initiative to ensure expeditious implementation of ambitious Railway Infrastructure Development Plans, Ministry of Railways is organizing a “Mega Conclave” with all stakeholders including leaders of the construction industry.

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Dense Fog Delays 80 Trains; 4 Cancelled

Dense Fog Delays 80 Trains; 4 Cancelled

Dense fog continued to affect rail traffic on Thursday. About 80 trains arrived late at Charbagh station while four trains were cancelled.

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CCTVs For Each Coach Await Railway Board Nod

CCTVs For Each Coach Await Railway Board Nod

The Central Railway (CR) is pressing ahead with its Rs 177-crore plan to intensify surveillance on tracks via a net of 11,160 closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras to keep watch in all the coaches of its 155 rakes that ply on Main, Harbour and Transharbour lines.

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Army Completes Construction Of Foot Overbridge At Ambivli Railway Station

Army Completes Construction Of Foot Overbridge At Ambivli Railway Station

The Indian Army has successfully completed the construction of a foot overbridge (FOB) at Ambivli railway station and launched it on Thursday morning.

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Mumbai’s 127-year-old Byculla Railway Station Set For A Revamp

Mumbai’s 127-year-old Byculla Railway Station Set For A Revamp

Constructed in the year 1891, Byculla railway station holds an essential place in the history of Indian Railways as one of the stations along India’s first railway route.

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Piyush Goyal Inspects Railway Station In Bengaluru

Piyush Goyal Inspects Railway Station In Bengaluru

Railway Minister Piyush Goyal on Thursday inspected the Krantivira Sangolli Rayanna railway station in Bengaluru.

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Cheaper Deal On Advance Booking Of Railway Tickets A Possibility

Cheaper Deal On Advance Booking Of Railway Tickets A Possibility

Just like air travellers, railway passengers planning their journey in advance could get cheaper deals, if the recommendations of a fare review committee are approved by the Railway Board.

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